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Vacancy filled on USD 409 board
08/07/2020

(KAIR)--A vacancy has been filled on the Atchison USD 409 Board of Education.

During a special meeting Friday, the Board voted unanimously to appoint Brandi Ross to fill the vacancy created by resignation of Dr. Pam Rizza.

Rizza resigned June 1st for personal reasons. She had served on the board since January of this year after winning election to a 4-year term last November.

Ross was among three applicants to fill the vacancy. The other two applicants were Beth Clark and John Bishop.

The Board interviewed the three candidates before making their selection.

Ross will take her seat on the board after being sworn in during Monday's regular meeting.    

 

  

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